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Overview on Knee Replacement

Knee Replacement (arthroplasty) is an operation used to replace weight-bearing surfaces of the knee joint to relieve disability and pain. Especially in patients with osteoarthritis, psoriatic arthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis. Surgical techniques available include total knee replacement, partial knee replacement and femoral replacement.

Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences AIMS (Amrita Hospital), Kochi, Kerala

Ponekkara, P. O Kochi, Kerala 682 041, India

Brief about Hospital

  • In 2015, South Asia's first ever Bilateral Hand Transplant Surgery was done at Amrita Hospital.
  • Amrita Hospital won the British Medical Journal Award for the Best Surgical Team in South Asia.
  • reviously, the hospital had won the National Healthcare Excellence Award for Best Hospital (CSR Category) in India by FICCI in 2013 and British Medical Journal (BMJ) - India Healthcare Award for the Paediatric Heart Program in 2014.

RAK Hospital, Ras Al Khaimah

Al Qusaidat, P O Box No: 11393, Ras Al Khaimah UAE.

Brief about Hospital

  • The hospital is managed in co-operation with Sonnenhof Swiss Health (SSH) of Switzerland, which is renowned for excellence in healthcare.
  • 2017: Awarded Health Magazine Award - Distinguished Hospital Infrastructure Development
  • Complimentary limousine pickup and drop for out of town patients and guests.
  • Luxury Spa treatments for new mothers, including in room Facials, Manicure and Pedicures, all included as part of our Royal Delivery Package.
  • Complimentary Spa treatment for all Health check up patients while they wait for their reports.

CARE Hospitals, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad

Road No. 1, Banjara Hills, Telangana 500034, Hyderabad, India

Brief about Hospital

  • Over 400-bed superspecialty hospital
  • Has 435 patient beds and sees almost 200,000 patients per year
  • One of India's largest outpatient center

The Calcutta Medical Research Institute (CMRI) CK Birla Hospitals, Kolkata

7/2 Diamond Harbour Road, Kolkata-700027 West Bengal.

Brief about Hospital

  • NABH, NABL accredited, ISO 9001:2008 Certified Hospital.
  • Centrally located with 440 beds and state-of-the-art infrastructure.
  • Treated over 7 Lac In-patients and over 15,000 International Patient

Medipol University Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey

TEM Avrupa Otoyolu Göztepe Çıkışı No: 1 Bağcılar 34214 İstanbul, Turkey

Brief about Hospital

  • Turkey's largest private health investment as a university hospital.
  • Capacity of 470 beds 133-bed Intensive Care Units (General, Coronary, CVC, Neonatal Intensive Care)
  • The hospital is also is configured with a new generation of technology being capable of performing simultaneous operations in 25 operating rooms

More about Knee Replacement



About Knee Replacement

Knee replacement or knee arthroplasty is a surgical procedure to treat patients who have their knee or knees damaged by an injury or any knee related diseases. When the cartilage that covers your thigh and shin bone is damaged, it becomes painful and hard to move because instead of sliding over each other, the bones rub and crush together which causes pain. The procedure helps with the pain caused and restore functions in the joint. 

The surgery is done by replacing the damaged knee joint with an artificial joint made from metal, plastic or polymer so that the knee can flex and bend more freely and painlessly. The surgery can take upto 1.5 - 2 hours and recovery time is for 3- 6 weeks approximately.


Signs and symptoms- Why should you opt for Knee Replacement?

The most common reason for knee replacement is severe osteoarthritis of the knees. There a few other signs that indicate that a person may need a knee replacement-


  • If the pain in your knee persists or recurs every time.
  • If you have any difficulty in performing everyday tasks like walking, going up and down the stairs, sitting in a chair or getting in and out of a car.
  • Knee inflammation or knee swelling that does not improve with the medications.
  • Incase you faced any knee related injury that damaged your anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). 


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Types of Knee Replacement surgeries

There are different kinds of knee replacement and different surgical methods. Your Orthopaedic surgeon will help you to choose the best option for you, taking into consideration your general health and condition of your knee.


The 4 types of knee replacement surgery are-

1.     Total knee replacement- The most common type of knee replacement (TKR), which involves replacing the surface of your thigh bone and shin bone that connects to the knee with an artificial implant that fits your anatomy.

2.     Partial knee replacement- As the name suggests, it involves replacing only the part of the knee that is damaged by disease.

3.     Kneecap replacement- The procedure involves only replacing the under surface of the kneecap. Doctors suggest TKR more as compared to kneecap replacement as TKR has a higher success rate.

4.     Complex knee replacement- Or the revision knee replacement is done if you have already had a knee replacement surgery on the same knee before.


Before the Procedure

Have a discussion with your doctor, learn about the procedure like what to expect during and after the surgery. There are a few questions that you can ask before going for the same.


·        What type of knee replacement surgery is best for you.

·        The type of implant that will be used.

·        The things that you can do before the surgery like diet, exercise.

·        Discuss the risks of the surgery with your doctor or the possible outcomes.

·        If the insurance covers all the cost of just some.

·        The recovery time, medications and the hospital stay.


After the procedure

The recovery period after the surgery is very important so there are a few things that you can do to insure your safety and comfort. Here are some things that can help you after the procedure is done-

·        Follow your physical therapist instructions. Physical therapy helps the patient to recover faster and have better outcomes.

·        Take care of the wound. With the help of your doctor, understand how and when to change your bandage to avoid postoperative infection.

·        Use of walker/crane or other medical equipment that helps recovery.

·        Healthy diet and regular exercise.

·        Prepare or make adjustments in your home ahead of time for your arrival after the surgery to ensure comfort and easy recovery. 

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